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SCENES OF HORROR!
Dead Plied Up Amid Burning Cars
In Train Wreck.
TRAINS COLLIDE IN BIG SWAMP
Injured Ones Lie With Dozen Corpses
Along the Truck Heroic
Work by Women.
Now Orleans, Nov. 12. Woven per
sons arc known to be dead and a score
or more nro Injured as a result of a
wreck yesterday morning on the Now
Orleans & Northeastern railroad at Lit
tlo Woods. 12 miles from New Orleans.
Itctwecti Slldell and New Orleans tho
tracks of tho New Orleans tc North
oastern are used bv the Great Northern
and it was a suburban train of this road
from Covington that crashed into tho
rear of a local Northeastern train from
Ilatticsburg, Miss., telescoping the four
Little Woods is so surrounded by
swamp that the only access to tho scene
is by way of the railroad. When the
rescue partr reached Little Woods tho
scene was one of terror, desolation and
death. The wreck had caught fire and
tho first efforts of tho loungers around
the camps went toward subduing tho
flames. In this they had been partially
successful, but little succor had been
given to the badly injured and several
of theso died while lying around tho
mouldering debris. Iiude bandage had
been bound about their wounds in an
effort to stop tho now of blood and !n
many instances the later investigation
of tho surgeon discovered that more
than ono life had been saved in this
manner. None worked harder than the
women passengers in this crude surgery,
MAY BE ANDRE.
Skipper Finds Remains Under Cross
Bearing Explorer's Name.
Copenhagen, Nov. 12 There is rea
son to believe that the body of Pro
fessor 8. S. Andre, the Arctic crplorcr,
who, in 1905, mado an attempt to rosea
the north polo in a balloon, has been
found on the coast of Labrador.
A letter received from the captain of
tho Danish steamer Inga, dated Labra
dor, September 30, reports that Captain
Chatker, skipper of the American
schooner Pelops, of Conception Hay, N.
P., discovered in northern Labrador a
cross bearing the name "Andre," and
that beneath this cross bo found a body
and a box of documents.
Io dug under the cross and found
human remains and n box containing
papers. Captain Chatker said that he
removed the cross, but he refused to
ay whether or not tne papers were in
his possession. Tho Inga's captain
asked how the name "Andre" was
spelled. On being told, be took a piece
of paper from his pocket, on which was
written the name as it appeared on the
cross. It was "Andree."
The place where the cros was dis
covered is an absolute desert and is
rarely visited, even by the Ksklmos.
What became of Andre's two compan
ions, if tho discovered remains prove to
be bis, is a problem, but the light prob
ably will bo thrown upon their fate by
an examination of the papers.
GRILL OIL TRUST.
StufT Sold In Canada Said to Be Ex
pensive and Dangerous.
Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 12 A sweep
ing investigation of the affairs of Cue
Standard Oil company in Canada was
started here yesterday as the result of
a series of explosions east of here in
which moro than a seore of persons re
cently lost their lives. The investiga
tion Is being conducted by both the pro
vinelal and tho dominion officials
Eaeh body is working separately, but
ootii are reviewing tne same evidence.
The Duality Is one of tho most im
portant facts to bo established and the
officials first wont to Swan river, where
a family of nino perisne-1 because of an
explosion of inferior oil.
The investigators have learned that
oil selling for 40 cents a gallon can be
bought SO miles away in the United
States for 12 cents a gallon. The Stand
ard OH officials say tho difference in
price is due to a local syndicate of deal
All Bribes In Evldenco.
San Francisco, Nov. 12. Judge Law
lor yesterday ruled that the various
briberies and offers to bribo the former
board of supervisors by Abraham Kuef
through James L. Gallagher constituted
"similar offenses," and sustained tho
contention of Assistant District Attor-1
nev Francis J. Honey tnai in order to
thn aunerrisors bo was entitled to Intro
BUUTT UO J"a,VS UXIIHUVM ua,s -
1... (rl.ak valslinns lifiltvaan Iftinr Anil '
dues ovidonco of offers to bribe in the
various other franchise mattors other
than tho particular Indictment in the
United Kallroads caso.
Largest In tho World.
Chicago, Nov. 12. A permit for the
construction of what architects say will
bo tho largest offieo building in tho
world was procurod yesterday. Tho
building will bo eroeted for tho Peo
ples Oaslight & Coke company and will
stand at Adams street and Michigan
.. .. T ..III Iim 5(1 alnrlra hi eh and
will contain 7,020,000 cubic feet of air.
Electoral Vote for President
Iowa . IS
New Hampshire 4
New Jerser . 13
North Carolina ,
North Dakota 4
Khnle islaml 4
South PaVota. 4
Weal Virginia . ft
' . .
Membership of New Home
Stat. Dem. Rep.
Alabama. 2 J
Arkansas T a.
California. S J
Colorado I e
Delaware. I -
KloriJa I . I
Georita 11 . I
Idaho. 1 I
Illinois 19 I
Indiana 11 2
Iowa 1 10 a
Kansas , .. S .
Kentucky S I 4
Louisiana 7 e
Main. 4 ,
Maryland 3 1 s
Massachusetts S II a
Mlnnawta.. 1 S a
Nebraska ft 1 e
New-Hampshire X 4
Newjersey 3 7 e
New York 11 M
North Carolina 7
North Dakota 3 e
Ohio, 9 U a
Oklahoma. 3 3 e
Pennsylvania ft 77 e
Ithole Island 2 e
South Carolina 7
South Dakota. 3 e
Tenneaat 8 2 4
Tmu. 1 ..
Vermont. 1 2
Vlnrtnla 1 t
Washington 3 s
Weat Vlnrtnla S e
Wisconsin- t 10 4
New Governors of States
John y. flhafroth
Dirneon S I'eflnewllL
Albert W (illrhrisL
Jamea II Ilrady
Charles H Ieneen
Thomas It. Marshall
II r Carroll
Walter II stubba
Kben S. Draper
Km! M. Warner
John A. Johnson
Herbert H. Had ley
A. C ghallenLerirer
New Hampshire Henry II. Qulnby
Charles K. Iluxnee
W W. Kltehln
C A. Johnaon
lMh K. Kemlngtsn
IWIrt 8 Veaavy
M. It. Patterson
Thwnaa M. Campbell
8. G Cosgrwe
W K. Olasaawk
Jamea O. Davidson
WAR AGAIN POSSIBLE.
Depends on Note to the Powers
St. Petersburg, Nov. 13. Although
an air of outward calm is maintained
at tho Itussian foreign office, tho
lialkan situation has now roochod an
aeuto stage, where everything depends
upon the nature of tho note which is
expected from VIonna today and tho
outeome or tho mediation which Kus
sla, Prance and Great Ilritain have un
dertaken at Holgrado, at Auatro-Hun-gary's
request, with a view to limiting
tho belligerent activity of Servla.
If mediation is not successful, war is
recognized as a possibility in author!
tatlvo circles. The Austro Hungarian-
Servian relations nro too strained, It Is
believed, to permit present conditions
to eontlnua imlotlnltoly,
... ... .. i
Tho Austrian noto will definitely out
lino the attitude or t
that government re
garding discussion of thn annexation of
liosnia and Herzegovina and possible
compensation to Hervia and Montono-
gro, and tho nature or tho noto will tie.
tormina whether or not an international
congress can bo held.
Prepares for Big Influx,
IJutto, Mont., Nov. 13Tbat tho
Northern Pacific expects travel into
tho northwest noxt year to exceed that
of any previous year is indicated by
tho statement of President Elliott yes
terday that tho company has ordered 03
new passenger coaches, which will bo
placed Sn tho transcontinental servlco
next year. An Increase in the servlco
throughout tho northwest will be made.
nnnrnit nmimn imnmn nn iiinrnnnnm
"l! UKUlUN oIAlt lltMo Ul INltKtul
WH Uix bhfcriP PbrfT. I
IS I -
Wool Growers Will Utro Legislature
to Increase Coyote Bounty.
Pendleton. -ILvtvy pressure will bo
brought to botir on tho leginlntttro when
it convenes this winter by tho sheep
men of oastorii Oregon and tho Wilhtitt
otte vnlloy to seetiro a iHiunty of from
l to I. fill per eovoto. The pest Is nl
ready ravaging ffoeks in tho western
part of the state and Its depredations
will exceed those of tiny former years
on neeount of lis increasing numbers.
It Is estimated Unit tho coyotes tlur
tug the it year have dono over t,
O00.1HM lntnnge to tho flocks of the
slato, nud the sheepmen belieo that
the only way to exterminate tho pest
is to provide a bounty to make their
killing .worth while.
In. order to get tho matter before tho
legislnturo the Oregon sheep eomuiis
sion in its Htimml roort will embrace
it recommendation of it bounty of fl..l)
to be paid for each animal killed. It
will point to tho success with which
that plan combattod the evil mime years
ago. The sheepmen of the stnto will
also urge through their organisation
that such a bounty be given.
One hit f of the sum tid, according
to the plan now under advisement, will
tie p.ilil liy the sheepmen through a
special tax levied umn them for that
purpose. This is in lino with the old
I'ntil nlnnit six vears ago Oregon tnld
a bounty of 2 per coyote. I'mler that
system, according to Secretary Pan P.
Smytho of the Oregon sheep eommis
sion, the coyotes were practically exter
initiated, and just at the tune the buun
ty bad cea.sl to be nn expense of any
imtMirtnnce the law was repealed. As
the result the animnhi have increased
until they are a plague greater than
ever before in the state.
For the first time in many vears the
valley woolgrowers are with the men of
eastern Oregon in this matter.
The need of the coyote lwuniy law
will be dtcuvd in this eity Saturday
at the meeting of the Countv Wool
growers' association, and will also come
up next week at the Heppiwr meeting
tt is also prubabta that at the latter
place the sheepmen will ndotit the plan
of organised fight against the I t
during the month of January, as during
the past year when some IIi.immi coyotes
are estimated to nave leen killed In
the one month.
University Debating League.
I'mvcrsity of Oregon, Eugene The
Mate High bchool Debating league
of which Professor I; K. I)cCu. of
the university, is secretary, is already
beginning active operations for the
year's wnrk Thirty-five high schools
nave entered the league and sonic of
them have already held their try
nuts A new debating district foi
Cons Hay has been created in addi
tion t" the four of last year, of Crf-
luinbia river, southern, central ami
eastern Oregon After the tryouti
hate bcrn held ami debates bate de
termined the championship team in
cub district, inter district contett
will be held to select the two best
trams for the tinal debate, which takes
place at the university of Oregon in
M.iy A new bulletin containing full
information in regard to til the ques
tion to be debated is now in the
hands of the printer and will be
mailed as soon as possible.
Ask Pardon for Lalhrop,
S'lrm -Petitions have been put in
circulation nking (lovernnr Chamber
lain to grant pardon in favor of P.
N. Lalhrop, a well kuowu buaiuess and
traveling man. who was recently eon
.li-ted "f perjury and ss-iitemreil "
serve four years in the M-nitentiary.
l.atnrop's eaA nas ietn appeal! to
the supreme court. Home of tue trial
jurors who convicted him have signed
the petition upon the theory that Iip
has already been punished enough.
Run of Salmon Heavy
Marshfiold The salmon run on Coos
bay is now especially Inrge. Tho fish-
ormen aro busy day and night and such
great quantitieti of fish nro being de
livered nt tho canncrlea that tho plants
throughout thu county nro running full
force. Hush orders for cans aro lining
sent to thu factories- by tho cannem tho
supply of fish being greater thnn waa
You Will Find It In Vale.
Vale Citizens of Vnlo are about to
Inaugurate a campaign of boosting for
thn city nnd tho surrounding country,
and a new slogan has been Invented
and ndoptod to assist in rnnklng tho
country famous. Tim slogan Is, "You
Will Tind It In Vale," nnd this an
nouncement nppllos cqunlly to thosn
looking for orchard and agricultural
Loses $1,000 Log Raft.
Mnrshflcld. On account of the
breaking of a boom on Hotith slough,
tho Hmlth-Pnwrr Logging company
lost 280,000 fcot of logs. A big raft
was caught In a strong tide and car
rled over the bar. Thn raft brnko and
tho logs woro scattered nnd lost, Tho
vnlun of tho raft was about $1000,
Enterprise Sawmill Sold,
Enterprise Lewia has sold his Haw
mill and a smnl tract of land whero tho
mill la located, eight miles northeast
of Enterprise, to J. E. Patterson, n
railroad contractor, for f 8,000, I
Attorney General Crawford Wants a
Water Cude Passed.
Salem New! of water legislation
in this state occupies considerable
spiu-o in tho biennial report submitted
to tho legislature by tho attorney gen
eral. Mr. Crawford agree with Stnto
Engineer Lewis that u water t'odo is
one of tho tmHrtmit mutters nuVcting
Oregon which the legislature will have
to tnko up at Its approaching session.
This report touches uxm ninny
things, among others, tho recent ruitiith
bio between this state mid tho state of
Washington over tho lish laws. The
attorney general makes no recommen
ihitiims, but suggests that nn attempt
bu made to ngreo with tho sister stnto
on uniform legislation for the protec
tion of the salmon industry nlong the
WANTS FEDERAL AID.
President Kerr Goes to WashltiRlon
In Interest of Experiment ritatlon.
Oregon Agricultural College, Cor
vnllis President V J Kerr hua gone
to Washington. I C, lo attetiil as dele
gate from Oregon the convention of
farmers' Institutes of the I'Hlted
States, nnd the convention of the As
soriatioti of American Agricultural
Colleges and Kxperlmrnt Mtntlons.
While in Washington, President Kerr
will solicit .the aid of the department
of agriculture in the work of develop
ing ami Improving farming chhiIiIioms
in eastern Oregon. It is hi desire to
have two or threo experiment stations
established in eastern eouuties. Mix
weeks ago President Kerr took a party
of experts from the agricultural do
pnrtutent on an extended trip through
tho eastern part uf the state, and at
that time received assurances of assist
iihco from the feder-tl government.
Coos Coal to Front.
Marshllehl The vast coal fields of
Coos county and the development of
this nnturnl rwtourcn which is now
promised to bo extensive In tho near
future, is nttractlng much attention
nmong the people uf tho Coo bay coun
try land is beliuvwl to bo ono of the
big imorlant fentures of tho locality
in the future. Tho fact that Coos hay
has practically the only coal on tho
Pacific coast south of Puget sound in
marketable quantities lias always been
held out as one of tho most valuable
assets of tho place.
No Morn Stolen Rides.
Drants Pass. -The (Irants Pass rutin
ci has passed an ordinance making it a
ttliadmfanor for luiva to astmt riilea "
on automobiles, hacks, trucks or deillv
ery wagons. Hcvrrnl lm hats Ikcm
badly crippled by catching onto moving;
automobiles and wagons, and these are)
ilrnts have resulted in this onllMSKce
Ikiys who violate the ordlnre are steals
jeet to a fiuo and imprwotttuesit Im jail.
Wheat-llluestem, 01c; club. 0e;
fife, sac; red ltuln, s7ej ID fold.
W)e; valley, fMhs.
UnrUy-IVe.!. fL'5..10M2 per ton.
Oata-No. white, 30i3l per ton;
May Timothy. Willamette Valley,
fit r ton; Willamette Valley, anil
nary, 'It; eastern Oregon, IH.ln,
I'M; mixed, tlS; clover, 0 alfalfa,
(II; alfalfa msol, $10.
Kruil Apple, OOwsJIS per box;
rarhe. HrteCdft tter box; fSM, TIWl
I.S5 per lxx; graH-, f l.2.Vti I TS por
crate; local Cnnrords, I'J'vtVi I.V jer
half liHakel; huekleberrii-s, 12', pr
isOUNd; qiilneei, lf., Mr box; eras
berries. W.toHu IS flsl nr Urrel; caaa
l's, yt,r per tound: Spsnih Malaga
grapes, fT'JiT.Vl per laurel.
PntHto(s (lOfV tl per hundred; sweet
potatoes, lV(!l2V,e per wund.
Onions Oregon, M.luftll'JS r 100
Vogetables Turnliw, f.2 ir sack;
rnrriits, tl; iwrsnh.s, fl.STi; beet",
1 -."; horseradish. HffiHatyc per pound;
artlrhokns, tl per dozen; liesns, 10c
per iwund; eabbnge, l'iOTac. per
jwund; cauliflower, fK)e(fi4l per dozen)
celery. I0i75c per doren; eiieiiinl.ers,
2 per lox: egg plant, t8 per crate;
lettuce, 7i1e(T'4l per box; parsley, lfic
per dozen; pens, 10c per pniindi peie
pers, 10c per pound; pumpkins, 7fiV,e
per pound; radishes 12'Ac per dn;ent
spinach, 2c per pound; sprouts, lOe per
iounii; smiflsli, IVe per pnuna; toinn
Ilutter City crenmery, extrns, Mfft)
30c; fancy nutsldn creamery, 32'C).irie
per pouniij store, ri-ic.
Kggs -Oregon solects, 37l4c! Knst
ern, 27(7i32He per dozen.
I'oultry--Hnns, lie por pound;
spring, lie; ducks, old, 12rt?l3lj0
young, ll(7?)llc; geese, old, OfTJilOc;
young, 0uT)70c; turkeys, 17f!T)lfic,
Veal Kxtrn, Re per pound,; ordi
nary, 7(iD7'ic; heavy, Cc.
Pork I'ancy, 7c por pound; largo,
Hops 1008, choice, idtBVjOf prhno,
7iJ(7'iio; inodliim, fi'-ijffiilc por pound,
1007, 3(f-lc 1000, IfrDle.
Wool Kaslern Oregon, averago best,
10CiQl4a por pound, according to shrink
ape i valloy. ICiTBIOc
Mohair Choice, 18c per pound.
STANDARD GAINS POINT.
Appeal Court Refuses Rnlioarlng. In
Great Rebate Cue.
i"liu.igt, Nov II - A rrlic.miiK
the appeal of ihe Sundard Oil kuii
p.ni) of Itidiati.i frmii ihe scitlcmc oi
J'i.'lii.oiHi fine imposed by t'ltiied
Stales District Judge I amlis in the
government's prosecution Inr rrtciv
lug rebates from ihe Alton railroad
was denied yeslcrda) by the I'liileo
States circuit court of appeals, pre
sided over by Judge (irossctip. The
government will appeal to the 1'iiiteu
Stales suprrmr court for a writ of err
tiorari as soon as possible
Meanwhile additional stills agxlust
the Standard Oil company of Indinlin
have hern fully prepared, and trial
tu.iy be demanded williiu two weeks
Two of the suiis charge rcltsliiiu In
connection wilh shipmrilts oil llir Chi
ago ,, I'sslern llluois and ill two ihe
I vausville f Terre llaule rallto.ol
was ihe line of shipment The rase
-overs almost I.mhi counts, upon
winch indlcttticuls were tcturnct! b
federal grand Juries
Cases in which charges of relntllnsi
arc titaiic in connection witn snip
incuts over the Chicago ti Atlop air
also being prepared by the assistants
of I'uilcd Slates District Altornr)
Sims, ami scores of witnesses in the
ihrcr cases already have been ipics
turned. In overruling the petition for a rr
hearing 'the court ipioicd from Its for
mer npitiUttt and (loni Judsie I atolls
ruling to prove that the sctilruer was
really aimed at the Standard Oil com
ptuy of New Icrsey, which had never
been tried The court holds, as to the
nlra that the Standard did tint know
it was not pamg the lawful rate that
the testimony ( IMward Itngardiis
only went lo the jury on the issue
whether he had made "diligent en
deavor" to ascertain the lawful rslc
but that the ipicstloH as to whether
he hail knowledge of the lawful rate
NORTH DAKOTA LAUNCHED,
First of American Dresdnsught Class
('iiiiu. Mass, Nov it The battle
stilts North Dakota, the lirsl American
war vessel of the Dreadnautfht class.
was lauiirhcil at the yards ol the rorr
Kitrr Shiiibuilditist company, at
Uuinry I'oinl. at 13 37 P M yestcr
liy in the presence of more than in.
oi'o people, inrliiihnK representatives
of two stales and of the national gov
eminent at the tarda lo witness the
This American Dreadnaught, when
she has received the additional groom
itig due her after she is a Moat, will he
biRger and swifter and deadlier by far
than Ihe ltritish vessel that inspired
her and will Itc an improvement on
that vessel by so many fcaturrs of
Yankee ingenuity that there will be
no roMipiriton between Ihe two In
nothing that firrat Ilritain is building
for herself are the many advantages
of the American ship utilercd and her
tirtue are foreshadowed in the craft
of the immediate future only in those
vessels that Mrall it having made in
i-'tittUnd under contract
The launching of this ship is held
lit authorities lo mark an era in the
idvancrmrnt of ihe navy No such
single stride ha been made in naval
construction since ihe days when ar
mor plate was first used oh the Mni
tor and the Mrrrimac, for ihe policy
embodied m the building of the North
Dakota is as far from that of the other
vessels recently built a her sire is
greater than theirs.
QUAKES IN DEATH VALLEY.
Three Weeks of Quiverings Drives
Out tho Miners,
Sail Bernardino, Cat, Nov II
Death valley and the surrounding
country ar in the throe of a series
of earth'iuakrs, which began three
week ago, and the most violent of
which occurred last Wednesday morn
ing before daylight, causing conster
nation among the mining camps, and
resulting in many miners and pros
pectors fleeing from the district.
Immense changes in underground
riven which intersect the great sink
arc believed lo have taken place, and
some of the miners believe the waters
which once gushed through the valley
will again within a short time be
flowing over the now arid sand.
Samuel Lawrence, one of the first
miners in reach here with details of
the earthquakes, said that for three
weeks past there had been one or two
temblors daily. They had all been
Unlit wilh the exception of the one nn
Dividend 020 Per Cnnt.
St Paul, Nov. It Word has
reached the Northern Pacific directory
that the extra dividend of $11 an which
was recently declared by the North
western Improvement company for
tne Dcneiit ol the Northern Pacific
stockholders will be paid on Decem
ber .1 The amount constitute a fl'M
tier cent dividend on the stock of the
Northwestern Investment company,
which nmniints to 12,775,000, and it to
he paid to nil Northern Pacific stock
holders. The improvement company
was formed soon after the reorganisa
tion of the Northern Pacific in 1837
Nations Agree; War Averted.
Paris, Nov 11 The threatened
rupture of the peaceful relations ol
Germany and France was averted
vesterd .y by the signing of nn agree
incut by the rcprcscntitivc of hot )
nations settling the C.n Illanc.i ills
Hi!ui:ti!il Juror Tries to Slny
lluiiiiy In Courtroom.
WOUND MAY NOT PROVE FATAL
Ituef Sends Challmir fur Doctor ami
Joins In DenounclnK Crime
Remanded to Jail.
San I'lailiiseo, Nov II 'Ihe Sin
Irani io bribery graft u.r. bail i
draiiialn' iliiuax )rslrrda, when ,
s. slant District Attorney Prami. I
'leuey, who ha hern in .barge ol tin
iirosciullon during lis course of t .
years, was shot and seriousl, wuul
d in the crowded ("MHroont by Mm
tis Haas, ail r com lit 'I he si i
ug oi-turrrd during s bnrl rr. r., ,,,
he thud trial of Abraham Ku.i .,n
ilir charge of bribery, v. huh is no n,
its lllh week
Willi four uniformed polurniru m
the hall, hilf a do en of the pr.., . u
nous apeeial detectives within i ir
feel one of litem detailed rspoully
is his bud) guard to see that n . ji
tempt was made upon his hie n.
.rier.il i our l bailiff and ati ..).
scattered alxiul, the Aggrrstitr nl
prose. utor. whose fearlr mil irl.ni
e work in Ihe rxposurr and prose, u
lion of graft in the miniltipal jIIjh
f this illy, earned him muiy rnr
inlet was shut m sight of .Mm pert nn
Mr llenc) is now in Ihe I sue h...
ptlat. and the ph)lrian sa lint ln
wound is not falsi Haas t in the
illy prison The would be assassin is
Jrw and a saloonkeeper, who i
drawn utmii the )ury panel in the r,
nd trial of Kuef, and. alter hiving
hern temporarily passed by both
sides, was r posed its a dramatn nun
iter br Mr llrnry at an rimi.i
and dtsi lurgrd from ihr )ur II us
drclarrd alter the shooting ihjl llrnr
iiad ruined hi hfr by tin r .. siir . .
Hid that he had drleriniiied l. ki'l
Mr Henry for that reason
Mr llrnry was (railing otrr on lo
ub!e loiitrrsing in tow tones wiili
l MrC'abr, chief clerk of (be distri. t
ili.ritet uIIhc Dim liy in Iront
d him was James I. tiallagher. tin
Ailnrss. and a representative d tlu
Nssot'latrd Press had lust walked li
Mr Henry's table, .ami was stsnding
it hi left rlbow, waiting for an up
portunily to speak lo him. when a
small man, neatly attired and hating
i decidedly Jewish east of counle
nance, approached the assistant di
Hut attorney (mm behind in .pink
steps, but wilh deliberation Sudden
y his right hand shot out, and before -i
the newspaper man, Mr M.l'abr 7
John I'oley, Mr Henry's special Imm,
guard, silling about right leei away,
tould make a mote, there was a Hull
uid a loud report rang through ibr
Hurl and hi I wo attornc). wins
were oul on the sidewalk, were
startled by the report and started lor
thr louriroom but were (mini d wu
the steps by ihr crowd rushing Iran
"What ha happened" shoutnl
Kuef lo Ihe Assoriilrd Press rrpr
tentative as ihe latter ran out lo the
lleniy ha Wen shot." was the
Kuef automobile alood m iir.i.r ,.i
the buiMing, and he immedial.U r
lered In chauffeur lo get Ihr nearest
ihj.i.ian The cv triurned a few
mmuies laler with Dr A S I'u.hln.
of Tu.i Van N'e avenue
"My t..nl." eailaimed Mr A eh "I
wih I had never taken a rriiiiui.if
tae in ni) life will never tike .hi
Ihrr when get out of this one
I his is a distantly outrage I . aim .
express myself in slnmg rnoiigli
lerm Mr llelley did lloj delioun, r
this man Haas, if he is Ihe one wb.s
did ihe shooting In pursuant r of 1 1.
duly he disrlosrd Ihe farl. during lb.
other trial .if Mr Kuef. that Haas tv...
an ex ronvirl. and a such had him
ilisnilssed from Ihe jury box I nn
irrely hope thai Mr llei.ey will re
The report of thr attempted aa
siiiatiou spread throughout the my
'il.r wildfire, and cause. I inlense .a.
i-ilemeiii and nuligualiou An immense
crowd gallifred around Cariicntcr
Mall, to which Judge I.awlor had
moved In rourl this week on account
of thr lark of room and facilities in
the temporary criminal court building
Several hundred persons followed die
ambulance from the hall to the Ceu
'ral Kuirrgcury hospital, and down
town thoiitfiiid gathered around but
Judge I.awlor reconvened court at
S IS Me had already seui the jury
to the St Fraud. Hotel in charge of
deputy sllerif's As toon as a sem
blance of order wax restored, the
court ordered Kuef, who has been at
liberty on bonds aggregating $J,..uii.
ion, iniii ihe custody of ihe sheriff
mil he was soon afterward taken to ,
the minify jail Mis counsel offered Vv
formal objections. Mr. DoIer thru
demanded tli.il Gallagher, the witness,
be also ordered Into the custody of
be sheriff until his cross examination
had been finished. This was refused.
Votes for Independence.
San Juan, p U , Nov 1 1 Official
Irctl'in returns show thai the I'nlon
st party carried all seven districts of
the island The Unionists advocated
iidcpcndciice and self government.